Rose & Crown
Long standing (and much-loved) landlady Nicky runs the Rose & Crown – with faithful pub pup Freddy by her side. Loyal tennis fans love to be at the epicentre of all the championship action, and plump to stay at this traditional & characterful pub.
With All England Lawn Club a short 10-minute stroll away, 13 comfortable bedrooms, and the warmest welcome possible, it’s the perfect place to stay if you wish to be immersed in the Wimbledon Tennis activity. With their popular tennis parties, live music nights, plus their tennis themed suntrap garden, you’re sure to get more sports action than you can shake a racquet at.Stay Here
Dog & Fox
Delightfully modern, the iconic Dog & Fox stands pride of place in the centre of Wimbledon. With 25 individually designed boutique bedrooms perched atop this busy pub, it’s a great place to stay for your visit.
They offer an array of rooms to suit all tastes – with decorative hints at the surrounding heritage of Wimbledon, high ceilings, roll-top baths, and a handful with a private terrace. Glorious for that post-match debrief over a glass of something lovely from the honesty bar.
All the tennis matches are shown on screens throughout the pub, on their terrace and in their spacious party venue The Coach House. A hub for the super-fan, the Dog & Fox hosts epic tennis themed events, with a variety of pop-up bars, and jam-packed viewing parties. Their pretty outside spaces will be decked with an abundance of Instagrammable flower focussed foliage – making it ideal for a Sipsmith G&T, and a post-match selfie.Stay Here
Steeped in history and heritage, the Spread Eagle has been recently renovated and their 21 bedrooms are positively packed with Victorian charm. Boutique bedrooms boast warm colours, an abundance of original features, and all the home comforts you’d expect (plus some you wouldn’t).
Their feature bedroom overlooks Wandsworth High Street, which is just the thing for a spot of people watching. It’s impossible to resist a long soak in the roll-top bathtub, with plenty of bubbles (and maybe a flute of bubbly for you) It’s just the tonic to revive you after a long day watching the tennis.Stay Here
Easily recognisable for her striking emerald green tiles, the Alma is also famed for an electric atmosphere on match days. Throngs of giddy tennis goers, thirsty commuters, and the ever-hungry diners – it is a hotspot of life. It’s a delight to sit with a pint and soak up the atmosphere, perhaps giving a little tickle under the chin (and a sausage roll) to pub dog Eddie. He’ll tell you he’s half starved, even though Landlord Phil keeps him well fed.
When evening falls and the bell rings, the bedrooms become a welcome haven for weary sports fans who’ve pilgrimaged from afar.
A jolly good night’s sleep, followed by a leisurely lie-in (perhaps perusing the upcoming days match fixtures in your PJ’s) serves up some seriously enviable staycay vibes.Stay Here
In the heart of Richmond’s bustling high street, you’ll find the Orange Tree pub.
Renowned locally as a popular sports pub (due in part to its close proximity to Twickenham Stadium) though it’s a often frequented by mini breakers looking for a of a relaxing weekend away. The Orange Tree has a comfortable, welcoming vibe and 13 boutique bedrooms. Colourful & stylishly designed, some their rooms still possess some original features of the building, such as higgledy-piggledy ceilings and the odd wooden beam.
A hearty breakfast, a stroll along the Thames and a spot of shopping should be on your ‘to-do’ list during your visit. A pleasing mix of alluring cake shops, labyrinthian lanes, and plenty by way of independent stores ready for a rummage.
Conveniently located next to Richmond Train & Tube Station, travelling to the tournament by rail is simple – or you can simply bagsie yourself a cab and be at Wimbledon’s All England Lawn Club in just 20mins.Stay Here
A 15-minute air-conditioned cruise in an Uber (driver banter at your discretion) lands you at the wonderful Windmill, Clapham, positioned proudly on the grassy common.
Boasting 42 bedrooms, the Windmill is an eclectic place, with a mix of bedroom styles. From the wonderfully wonky, to the positively plush, their dog & children friendly rooms make the perfect place to lay your head. It is a firm favourite for overnighting guests, who seem to return again & again, forging lifelong bonds with Ben & his team.
Serving up scrumptious cuts of locally sourced meats, the pub & restaurant plays host to an exciting assortment of patrons – from colourful locals, to weekend getaway-ers, to those who’ve been tempted across the common by the tantalising smells of Head Chef Hamoun’s alluring brunch dishes.Stay Here
Set in leafy Twickenham, this 32-bedroom pub with rooms is another sought after stopover spot for tennis fans.
With a balcony overlooking the Thames, luxurious waterfall showers and an onsite car park, this staycation setting is a total stressbuster. Simply check-in, chill out and take time to stop and enjoy your cuppa before all the glorious mayhem of Wimbledon begins.
Downstairs lies a comfortable pub, patroned by families, locals, and groups of friends. Grab a well-cared for beer from the bar – choose from a familiar favourite, or a local ale – and relax for bite to eat in the light, bright Atrium.Stay Here
Coach & Horses
If you fancy a little extra with your tennis escapade, simply ride the train a short half an hour outside of Wimbledon to stay at the beautiful Coach & Horses, Kew.
The pretty floral themed decor, refreshing summer cocktails, 31 hotel bedrooms, and neighbouring Kew Gardens make it a truly dreamy place to spend the night. If you’re looking to extend your break and make it into a proper holiday, then you’re in the right place for activities and local attractions.
Several bedrooms overlook lush Kew Green, and their pretty front garden – bedecked with seasonal flowers – is the perfect place to chat and unwind after a day at Wimbledon.Stay Here